On the agenda for County Council Nov. 13 meeting

  • Posted: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 7:33 a.m.

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Aiken County Council

Tuesday, Nov. 13

736 Richland Ave. W.

7 p.m.

Old Business

• Proposed ordinance to amend Chapter 24, Land Management Regulations, Section 3.8, Campgrounds and RV Parks, of the Aiken County Code of Ordinances to make changes regarding setbacks, density, and minimum acreage

• Proposed ordinance to issue Williston Rescue Squad Inc. a renewal franchise to operate a private ambulance service in Aiken County for a three-year period ending Nov. 30, 2015

• Proposed ordinance to issue Regional Ambulance Service Inc. a renewal franchise to operate a private ambulance service in Aiken County for a three-year period ending Dec. 31, 2015

• Proposed ordinance providing for the issuance of general obligation refunding bonds, in one or more series, tax exempt or taxable, in an amount necessary to refund all or a portion of the outstanding principal amount of Aiken County, South Carolina, $7.5 million general obligation bonds, taxable series 2004, and $11.6 million general obligation bonds, Series 2006; authorizing the County Administrator to prescribe the form and details of the bonds, providing for the payment of the bonds and the disposition of the proceeds of the bonds, providing for borrowing in anticipation of the issuance of the bonds, and other related matters

Consent Agenda

• Proposed resolution to appoint 7 members to the Lower Savannah Workforce Development Board

• Proposed resolution to reappoint members to the Aiken County Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee

• Proposed resolution authorizing the filling of certain vital positions previously restricted by the hiring moratorium

• Proposed resolution supporting the issuance by the Public Finance Authority of bonds on behalf of CHG-Kalmia LLC

• Proposed resolution to enter into an agreement with Environmental Services System, LLC for janitorial services at SRRC

• Proposed resolution to change the official road name of a section of Tyler Hill Road (C-288) to Barley Lane (C-1173) in County Council District 6

• Proposed resolution authorizing the acceptance of a proposal with Clifton Construction Inc. to make the immediate repairs to the Savannah River Research building second floor exterior balcony

• Proposed resolution to direct that speed limit signs and warning signs be erected for Trolley Run Boulevard (C-2655) and Caternary Boulevard in Council Districts 6 and 8

• Proposed resolution to direct that stop signs be erected on Lavendar Lane (C-2641) in Council District 7

• Proposed resolution to apply for accept a grant from Palmetto Pride for the Adopt a Highway program and litter control program

• Proposed resolution to authorize additional work on a Barden Landfill bulldozer from Blanchard Machinery Company

• Proposed resolution to authorize Securus to install the video visitation system at the detention center

• Proposed resolution to enter into agreements with S&S Distributing Co. Inc. and Kamo Janitorial Supplies for the detention center

Introduction of Ordinances for First Reading

• Proposed ordinance to amend the Aiken County FY 2013 operating budget to rebudget carry-forward purchase orders from FY 2012, and other matters related thereto

• Proposed ordinance authorizing an amendment to the “Agreement for Development for Joint Industrial Business Park” by and between Barnwell County and Aiken County to expand the boundaries of the park to include certain real property located in Barnwell County, and other related matters

• Proposed ordinance for amend Chapter 23-Utilities of the Aiken County Code of Ordinances in certain particulars to reflect changes required by the S.C. Departmment of Health and Environmental Control and other matters related thereto

• Proposed ordinance to declare the Graniteville Wastewater System surplus to County purposes and to authorize the transfer of the assets to Valley Public Service Authority in accordance with the sewer system transfer and operation agreement dated Feb. 5, 2010 and other matters related thereto

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